It might difficult, however, to shoehorn Mourdock into the role of Tea Party wacko.
She is likely to shoehorn her pain into lugubrious scenarios that are perfect for country-music videos.
Even adults like to shoehorn their bottoms into a malleable rubber swing and take a ride down memory lane.
He had a shaven cranium, and his tight scalp might have been slipped over the bony bosses of his head with a shoehorn.
Do you know that some mornings he has to get his hat on with a shoehorn.
He cant find a shoehorn with which to get into his breeches.
Even if he had any flavor and wasn't tougher'n a shoehorn, he's too much for us to eat.
To dig up de profundis a shoehorn that you need is a more remarkable achievement than to unearth a new Pompeii.
He certainly has arrived at what a witty American friend of mine would call the "shoehorn stage."
To insinuate by effort; force or fit in:Attorney General Griffin Bell managed to shoehorn an energy pitch into a speech